Program Auditor

The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association Inc. (SCSA) is an industry-funded and directed non-profit organization that provides cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice to employers and employees throughout the province of Saskatchewan. With locations in Saskatoon and Regina, the SCSA equips more than 10,000 workers each year with the education and training they need to achieve their organization’s safety goals. The Mission of the SCSA is to provide quality safety training and advice to construction employers and employees that will lead to reduced human and financial loss associated with injuries in the construction industry. For further information go to www.scsaonline.ca.

SUMMARY
This position is responsible for conducting health and safety management system audits, reviewing and evaluating various materials related to SCSA Programs and for providing professional safety related customer service to the industry, clients and other related stakeholders.
Reporting to the Program Services Manager, this new role can be located in either Saskatoon or Regina. The incumbent will be expected to travel throughout Saskatchewan, conducting audits on the clients site. This is a great fit for someone who is customer focused, has positive interpersonal skills with a patient demeanor.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
• Conduct health and safety management system audits in accordance with the SCSA National Standard audit tool guidelines, Quality Assurance program and the SCSA Code of Ethics.
• Maintain auditor integrity and satisfactory feedback from audit clients and audit team members.
• Establish objectives, scope and criteria to all aspects of the audit process while ensuring communication with the audit client.
• Communicate audit results to the clients while providing reasonable recommendations in accordance to the audit findings.
• Assign responsibilities to team members when conducting audits as a lead auditor.
• Provide mentorship/coaching to clients and SCSA employees.
• Evaluate course proficiencies, maintenance audits, SECOR audits and review client health and safety manuals as required.
• Provide excellent, effective and efficient customer service.
• Perform other duties as assigned.

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Education and Experience:
• Occupational Health and Safety degree or diploma.
• Training or experience in health and safety management system auditing.
• National Construction Safety Officer (NCSO) designation. Consideration will be taken if currently working towards the designation or challenging the test within the next 18 months
• Knowledge of occupational health and safety legislation, Workers’ Compensation Board
policy.
• OHSMS/OHSAS 18001:2007 Lead Auditor (TPECS) course and CRSP designation would
be considered strong assets.
• Knowledge with COR or SECOR is ideal.
• Computer literacy, including effective working skills of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and
Email.
• A valid driver’s license is required

Skills and Abilities:
• Effective customer service, interpersonal, and conflict resolution skills.
• Strong communications skills, both verbal and written, with a high attention to detail.
• Ability to work in an objective and bias free manner, while ensuring sound judgment,
honesty and integrity at all times.
• Ability to implement policy, rules and regulations in a fair and consistent manner.
• Ability to research, evaluate and develop solutions to customer service needs.
• Excellent planning and organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and
effectively manage time.
• Ability to work well independently, within a team environment.

To apply, contact Nicole Sebastian at Essence Recruitment with your resume.
www.essencerecruitment.ca
Nicole@essencerecruitment.ca
306.652.5209
All applications will be considered until 5:00pm on January 25, 2018.

Administration Manager

The Saskatchewan Construction Safety Association Inc. (SCSA) is an industry-funded and directed non-profit organization that provides cost-effective, accessible safety training and advice to employers and employees throughout the province of Saskatchewan. With locations in Saskatoon and Regina, the SCSA equips more than 10,000 workers each year with the education and training they need to achieve their organizations safety goals. The Mission of the SCSA is to provide quality safety training and advice to construction employers and employees that will lead to reduced human and financial loss associated with injuries in the construction industry. For further information go to www.scsaonline.ca.

Reporting to the Director of Operations, this position is a firm 14-month contract full-time role located in Regina, SK. This is a great fit for someone who is a positive and supportive leader that has a passion for safety. SCSA offers a positive, collaborative culture with an extremely high value to work/life balance. They are committed to their employees, offering a competitive wage with great benefits.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Collaborate with the operations leadership team to achieve corporate objectives, establish and achieve business unit goals and objectives in conjunction with corporate objectives
  • Responsible for the implementation of corporate administrative policies, procedures and practices
  • Supervise the operational activities of the business unit including supporting the hire of personnel and onboarding; coach/mentor and supervise employees, administer the performance management system and employee scheduling.
  • Schedule and conduct unit meetings; provide meaningful report on unit operations to the Director of Operations
  • Analyze, coordinate and document business unit processes and problems and develop solutions to enhance efficiencies; coordinate and implement solutions to improve customer service/member service, reduce costs, and improve work efficiencies.
  • Manage the SCSA e-learning system, special contacts and services including SCOT for schools, CODC, SITT etc.
  • Address daily facility issues, customer concerns and procedural issues
  • Accountable for corporate database administration, computer systems and bordering equipment.
  • Accountable for all aspects of facility management.
  • Coordinate inventory of printed material available for purchase/distribution and associated purchasing requirements; manage corporate records retention and disposal.
  • Collaborate with Finance Coordinator to monitor and review accounting and related system reports for accuracy and completeness.

REQUIREMENTS:

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:  

  • Post secondary certificate or diploma with a focus in Administration, Business or similar
  • Five years of related experience, three years of which in a management/supervisory position
  • Experience in computer network administration and facility management would be considered an asset
  • Computer literacy, including effective working skills of Microsoft Suite and Outlook
  • Knowledge of database administration such as MySQL database and Simply Accounting would be considered an asset

SKILLS AND COMPENTENCIES:

  • Effective leadership skills with a strong focus on coaching, mentoring and motivating employees
  • Excellent planning and organizational skills including the ability to prioritize and effectively manage time
  • Effective people management, conflict resolution, and teambuilding skills
  • Strong customer service, interpersonal and communication skills
  • Admirable decision-making ability and trouble shooting skills
  • Understanding of financial business management

To inquire or apply, contact Nicole Sebastian at Essence Recruitment directly by January 3rd 2018. nicole@essencerecruitment.ca / 306-652-5209